If you’ve never played on Lake Erie’s north shore, go!!
“When I get home I shall write a book about this place. If I ever do get home.” (Alice)
As urban sprawl grows so do the number of unusual wildlife sightings in Canada’s urban areas.
If you’ve ever driven any distance through the Canadian bush (as Shania Twain calls it), especially endless miles of tree-lined, two-lane highway, then you will know about the moose.
Last time we were together, eating elaborate chocolate creations prepared at the hotel, and discussing ways of making the world a better place, Judy told me about her new book, Totally Scallops.
I’m lucky. Through my work with Canada’s tourism industry, I meet many Canadian writers who’ve published interesting books on Canada.
Recently I’ve been talking to my fishing buddy Peter Wasag. I like listening to Peter’s enthusiasm when he talks about fishing for steelhead near Toronto.
Halloween is big business in Canada. Just ask Statistics Canada.
I’ve been pestering Peter, my fisherman buddy, all summer long for another fishing story. He finally took a break from his crankbaits, Gulp worms and crappies to scribble down the following summer fishing roundup…
A few years ago, while we were doing some PR work for the Hudson’s Bay Company, I ran across an amazing guy called Harold Tichenor.
It’s summer in Canada and the big city is a little quieter these days. After a nine-day driving tour of the Canadian Badlands in southeastern Alberta, I was happy to spend a couple of days at a cottage near Georgian Bay in Ontario. It’s a very short walk to the “outhouse” and the water comes up from the lake in buckets. Perfect.
Here is a June 2010 fishing post from CANADA fishing master, Pete Wasag…